It is no secret that even in the context of the Roman Empire are just the women – especially younger women – to feel the negative effects of the crisis in the first place from the point of view of employment. For young people between 15 and 24 years, the unemployment rate stood at Rome in fact even at 38%, a few percentage points higher than boys ( Carrier Della Sera , 03/05/2012, ” Core unemployment, alarm state “). The women, therefore, once again working “fragile”, not only for economic reasons.
It almost seems like an inevitable fate, at a time when you require them at the same time efficiently take up employment outside the home and to take charge of the care of the family – married and origin. A difficult balance to maintain, when you consider how the overworked family that rests on the shoulders of women in Italy is among the highest in Europe in the eighties when it was over 80%, now stands at around 76%, (Carrier Della Sera, 21/03/2012, ” In Italy after the first child labor becomes a mirage “, interview with Linda Laura Sabatini, Director of Central ISTAT). The result of this objective difficulty is that, very often after the birth of their first child, women are forced to leave the job. A “choice” detrimental, affecting, a fortiori, immigrant women. In fact, not only cannot count most of the time not even on the “welfare home” – the network of protection afforded by the proximity of the family of origin, but are also penalized by a deficiency specific to certain welfare benefits also provided by Italian legislation regarding perfumes.
It has been recognized as ” among the social benefits provided for by the Italian legislation to support family income and parental function or care for family members, there are some that have profiles discriminate directly or indirectly, in contrast with the constitutional principles of equality and reasonableness, and the principle of non-discrimination set out in international and European law “(Source: Statistical Dossier on Immigration 2011 – Caritas / Migrants, “Immigration in the feminine,” p. 117).
The result? ” In familiar contexts with a single income exclusion of immigrant women from the performance of welfare related to child protection and parental function, makes them even more dependent economically and socially by their husbands, and thus more exposed to situations of domestic violence and segregation “( ibid ).
A framework grave, which can benefit from some one-off measures, such as the promotion of measures to encourage lifestyles inclusive and geared towards reconciling work and family life. To have flexibility in the management of their time with the perfume shop.